Patient Pup with Pus!

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Super cute pup with a doggone great cyst! Excellent video all around with a steady camera, great view, tons of sebum, limited squealing, and good care of the doggie. :)

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“This thing has been growing on the back of our dog’s neck for years! We finally got sick of touching it every time we went to pet her, so we decided to empty it! Enjoy!!”

RUNTIME: 7min 24sec

TITLE: “Doggie Zit”
YT INFO: Published on Dec 31,2012 by Keith Koehler

20 Comments on “Patient Pup with Pus!

  1. omg! that poor girl! she is obviously in pain! look at her back legs shaking the whole time…especially at the end :'(

  2. Terrific post, blackheadmonger. Such a precious pooch and so well-manered. I would imagine if that had been a kitty, the folks would be hospitalized by now…

    1. Pick_That_Puppy says:

      You would think that a cat would have removed your face after the first pinch, however, in that area of a cat……………

  3. unclelarry says:

    What a sweet little dog. She had a big ‘ol cyst with a great payload. Good job by the owner.

  4. 5 stars for the pooch!!! She was a very good patient. Wish the owners would have made the whole bigger sooner though.

  5. What a great little girl. Man that thing sure did have a payload. To me it didn’t look like he was hurting her until towards the end when most of it was out. In this case I prefer small holes just to drain it and prefer to see the pros do them. Looking forward to the next video. Heat find any way

    1. I wish he would have stopped a little sooner than he did. She seemed okay up until she started trying to pull away. All that loose skin on the back of the neck isn’t especially sensitive but when he was squeezing it so hard at the end, it probably caused bruising and swelling. What a sweet dog, and you could tell she’s treated well because she was so patient and trusting.

  6. Cute little Cocker Spaniel and well behaved too!!!
    Take her to the vet next time daddy and have that cyst properly removed!!!
    Excellent find Blackheadmonger!!!

  7. 3cysterscafe says:

    Awww, Such a cute little baby doll! Right from the beginning he should have made that a whole lot bigger! All that did was make it more painful!! Thanks for posting!

  8. MistressOfSqueeze says:

    A bigger whole for godssake!

  9. Nice find blackheadmonger!

    What a well behaved puppy. I am sure she knows her human pets are helping her feel better. Takes a lot of trust from the dog for her to sit still for such a long time.
    I think of my 2 puppies and KNOW neither one of them would sit still for that long.

  10. She is an extremely patient well bred Spaniel. She took it like a real tripper!!! Such a good baby.

  11. We had a poodle/terrier mutt that used to get smaller versions of those cysts. Mostly we left them alone, but on a few occasions I wanted to see what would happen if they were squeezed. The smell was incredible.

  12. Beautiful and well behaved puppy. Kudos to the owners. But since the sac was apparently not removed, we might look forward to more wondrous sebac gack!

  13. Zit Obsessed says:

    What a good girl!

  14. Why is it that people think that they will get it all out WITHOUT making a very small incision first !!

  15. justsqueezit says:

    Puppy is like, well of COURSE I want to smell it, it’s MINE, after all! Squeezer really should have been less of a little girl and used 4 fingers from the start and got it done quicker… Nice find, BHM.

  16. Several years ago, before PTP, one of our dogs had a similar cyst in the exact same spot. I assumed it was due to his collar rubbing his neck, even though it was not tight. Switched to a harness and the cyst never came back. Great find and awesome camera work!

  17. What a good puppy she is. Not even a squeal or whimper.

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